|Venue: Brunswick Street Oval||Date: Saturday July 23, 1955|
|Result: Win by 14 points||Umpire: Barbour||Crowd: 19,500 (approx.)|
|Goalkickers: N.O'Brien 5, B.Crowe 2, D.Beasy 1, K.Bergin 1, L.Berner 1, G.Burke 1, G.Gilchrist 1, B.Milroy 1.|
|Reports: Nil||Injuries: Molony (leg) replaced by Burke fourth quarter. Webster (cut forehead)|
Round 12 and Round 13, the Blues made it 3 in a row with this 14 point win against the mid-tabled Gorillas.
With the win, Carlton rose to 7th with a percentage of 93.6. We were however 2 games off 6th place.
Fitzroy played into Carlton's hands by repeatedly kicking the ball long and high into their forward line where the Blues' big men either took the mark or punched the ball away. Carlton on the other hand kept the ball low, fast, and hard. Across the centre the Carlton duo of John Chick and Laurie Kerr dominated and provided many attacking moves. Ken Hands played a true captain's game and was always there when needed. He was an inspiration for his side. The Maroons got on top for 20 minutes during the last quarter and looked very dangerous, but the Blues' backline held firm with John James and full back George Ferry the better players.
|B:||15 Bruce Comben||25 George Ferry||3 Peter Webster|
|HB:||19 Denis Zeunert||14 Vin English||16 John Brown|
|C:||23 John Chick||20 Leon Berner||11 Laurie Kerr|
|HF:||28 Graham Gilchrist||34 Bob Crowe||10 John James|
|F:||31 Brian Molony||26 Noel O'Brien||36 Kevin Bergin|
|Ruck:||2 Bill Milroy (vc)||1 Ken Hands (c)||17 Doug Beasy|
|Res:||5 Gerald Burke||35 Graham Kerr|
Last Game (Carlton): Graham Kerr
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